News & Events

The New Discover is linked on the Libraries' home page on the "Discover" tab.
Feeling stressed about finals, politics, or just everyday life? Come to the Special Collections to transform your stress into something positive!
Have you ever wanted to exercise while you study? Now you can, thanks to a student project currently installed in the KnowledgeLab, on the 2nd floor of Neilson Library.
Join us at 4pm in the Neilson Library KnowledgeLab for the opening of Visualizing Russian Feminism, a multimedia exhibition developed by students in RES 236, Contemporary Russian Women Writers.
The hardest part of writing a paper shouldn't be making the bibliography!
Maya Lin unveiled drawings of the new building at an event on campus on October 14.
The artist, designer, and printer presented the annual McGrath Lecture in Book Arts. An accompanying exhibition of her works are on view in the Mortimer Rare Book Room through Dec. 20, 2016.
An exhibition of travel books and manuscripts from the Werner Gundersheimer Collection is on view through December 20. A lecture is scheduled for Thurs., Oct. 6.
Visit the blog created in honor of the 75th anniversary of the Sophia Smith Collection.
Read about our vision for the future of Smith Libraries in Transformations: Smith Libraries in the 21st Century.
If your students have a library research assignment, now is the time to start thinking about when to add library instruction to your class syllabus. Please use our new form to schedule a session.
Try our new service that helps you browse the collection of Smith College Libraries' DVD's.
Smith and Five College students, faculty, and staff can use SmithSecure; all others can use SmithGuest.
Have you ever been surprised to find that your password still works for Smith Mail, but you can't log on to a networked computer or connect to Moodle?